US, other envoys meet with detained Muslim Brotherhood official in Egypt
The Obama administration sought to defuse tensions with the interim Egyptian government and the Muslim Brotherhood on Monday, deploying a senior diplomat to quietly press the case that street protests and political deadlock will not return Mohamed ...
McCain, Graham in Egypt with Obama's blessing to push democratic process
Fresh diplomatic efforts to end Egypt crisis
US Senators Add Weight to Egypt Negotiations
US Sens. McCain, Graham arrive in Egypt during political stalemate
Cairo (CNN) -- In an attempt to break through the political impasse in Egypt, U.S. Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham arrived in Cairo on Monday to meet with Egypt's interim leaders. The two Republican senators are expected to meet Tuesday with ...
Another night of unrest in Egypt: Protesters, security forces clash
Egypt claims jihadists fired US Hellfire missile at government office
Jihadists in Egypt's lawless Sinai Peninsula are using U.S. weapons to carry out attacks against the temporary government in the wake of the military's ouster of President Mohammed Morsi, according to the embattled nation's Interior Ministry. The ...
Bomb attacks severely damage two Islamic shrines in Egypt's Sinai
Bombs damage two shrines in Egypt's Sinai
Gunmen kill soldier in Egypt's Sinai
Egypt's Brotherhood rejects appeal to 'swallow reality'
CAIRO (Reuters) - The Muslim Brotherhood on Monday rejected pleas from international envoys to "swallow the reality" that Mohamed Mursi will not return as Egypt's president. The envoys from the United States and the European Union, trying to resolve a ...
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Egypt Warns on Standoff Over Sit-Ins
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CAIRO—International mediators including U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns tried to find a solution to Egypt's continuing political stalemate as authorities here prepared to disperse a tent city of supporters of the country's ousted president.
Egypt ends jail terms for insulting president
A decree issued by Egypt's interim head of state means people no longer face jail for insulting the president, after a surge in such cases under deposed leader Mohamed Morsi. The legal change by interim president Adly Mansour was welcomed by activists, ...
Egypt interim president forms new board for press council
Egypt's Mansour Orders Insulting President Sentence Be Reduced
Egypt crisis: Diplomats in fresh mediation efforts
Diplomats are continuing efforts to defuse Egypt's political crisis, with US Deputy Secretary of State William Burns visiting Muslim Brotherhood deputy head Khairat al-Shater in jail. US Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham have also arrived in ...
History weighs heavy with Egypt's generals in charge
Keropian's father was one of thousands of Armenians who fled killings in Turkey to Egypt during World War One, becoming a photographer at Cairo's opulent Shepheard's Hotel - high society's sanctuary of choice from stifling North African heat. Egypt was ...
Egypt mediation gathers pace but Brotherhood leaders face trial
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's army-installed government said on Sunday it would give mediation a chance to resolve the crisis brought on by the overthrow of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi, but warned that time was limited. At the same time, a Cairo court ...
Egypt's interim government rules out changes to political road map
Ahmed al-Muslemani's statement Monday appeared designed to debunk speculation that a series of recent visits by Western and Arab diplomats to Cairo are likely to persuade Egypt's interim government to offer any substantive concessions to supporters of ...